Nissan will continue its run of autonomous-focused, electrified concept cars at Geneva, with the angular IMQ.
Nissan has teased its IMQ Concept ahead of the Geneva motor show, designed to preview the brand's all-electric, highly-automated future.
The sharp-looking crossover follows in the footsteps of the IMs and IMx revealed at the 2018 Detroit and 2017 Tokyo motor shows respectively, with similar hook-shaped taillights and angular detailing.
Both those cars rode on a new Renault-Nissan electric skateboard chassis, with power from a pair of electric motors making more than 300kW and 800Nm. They're hooked up to a 115kWh battery pack, good for around 600km of range.
Autonomy has also been a strong theme running through the previous pair of concepts. The IMx had a steering wheel that folds into the dashboard, and could drive itself from a parking garage to connect with the local grid and act as a mini power plant.